Caudron Breaks the Ice Winning His 1st PBA Event

Belgian Frederic Caudron, the best known player in the newly formed PBA league in Korea has won his first event. The TS Shampoo tournament was the 4th in the fledgling organizations ambitious schedule. After three disappointing results at the start of the league play, Caudron finally found his rhythm to top the field and score a big win and the $84,800 first place prize.

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Myung-woo Cho Wins the 5th Edition of the LG U+ Cup

Myung-woo Cho, the 21-year old former Junior world champion from Korea has won the fifth installment of the LG U+ Cup held September 5-7, 2019 in a shopping mall in Hanam. That last bit is no joke, as the event sponsored by LG really gets right out to the people with spectators strolling by as they shop! Along the way Cho demonstrated his dominance over some of the world's top players and clearly established himself as a future star to reckon with on the International 3-cushion billiards circuit.

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Won-jun Choi Wins 2019's Third PBA Tour Event

Won-jun Choi, another somewhat obscure Korean 3-cushion player has won the third event in the newly formed Professional Billiards Assocation (PBA). Many of the world class European players who have elected to give up playing in UMB events in favor of the opportunities in the newly formed league ended far down in the rankings this time around. When, if ever, will they regain their dominance?

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Eddy Merckx Wins Survival 3C Masters In Turkey

Eddy Merckx played an astonishing final match against fellow Belgian Roland Forthomme and Koreans Haeng-Jik Kim and Jae-Ho Cho to win the third Survival 3C Masters event of 2019. His final score of 132 was the highest ever scored in this event. Merckx took home the first place prize of $50,000 and further cemented his reputation as a fierce competitor and world-class 3-cushion talent.

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Eddy Merckx Repeats As Verhoeven Open Champion

The 2019 Verhoeven Open in New York ended in a day of mighty triumph for Belgian Eddy Merckx. The defending champion in the event – having beaten Germany's Martin Horn in the 2018 final – was literally unstoppable in his repeat run for the trophy. Merckx finished the event unbeaten in 12 games and capped his win in the final match against Torbjorn Blomdahl with a majestic run of 18. Simply breathtaking.

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